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Manfred Schoof
The Early Quintet
Free Jazz
FMP 0540
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Written-By – Alexander Von Schlippenbach
2On W.T,
Drums – Sven Ake JohanssonWritten-By – Manfred Schoof
3 - 16:28
4Second Roof
Written-By – Buschi Niebergall
5Ingredience Nr. 2
Written-By – Alexander Von Schlippenbach
6Turn 14
Drums – Sven Ake JohanssonWritten-By – Alexander Von Schlippenbach
Written-By – Manfred Schoof


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FMP 0540Manfred Schoof The Early Quintet ‎(LP, Album)FMPFMP 0540Germany1978
FMP 0540Manfred Schoof The Early Quintet ‎(LP, Album, Promo)FMPFMP 0540Germany1978


  • BassBuschi Niebergall
  • Cover [Cover Design]Manfred Kussatz
  • DrumsJaki Liebezeit
  • Mastered By [CD Mastering By]Olaf Rupp
  • PianoAlexander Von Schlippenbach
  • ProducerHans Wewerka (tracks: A1 to B1), Manfred Schoof (tracks: B2)
  • Producer [Album Produced By]Jost Gebers
  • Recorded ByJustus Liebig (tracks: B2), Willi Schmidt (tracks: A1 to B1)
  • Tenor SaxophoneGerd Dudek
  • TrumpetManfred Schoof


A1 to B1 recorded in Munich December 1966, B2 September September 1967 in Godorf


Listen free to Manfred Schoof The Early Quintet Axiom, Ingredience Nr. 2 and more. 6 tracks 39:33. Manfred Schoof 6 April 1936 Magdeburg is a German jazz trumpet player. He studied music in Kassel and Cologne. He is a founder of European free jazz and collaborated with Albert Mangelsdo read more. He is a founder of European free jazz and collaborated with Albert Mangelsdorff, Peter Brötzmann, Mal Waldron, and Irène S read more. Manfred Schoof born 6 April 1936 is a German jazz trumpeter. Schoof was born in Magdeburg and studied music in Kassel and Cologne, where one of his teachers of the big band leader Kurt Edelhagen. Schoof performed on Edelhagen's radio program and toured with Gunter Hampel. In the 1960s he started a free jazz band with Alexander von Schlippenbach and Gerd Dudek which became the basis for Manfred Schoof Orchestra. From 19691971 he was a member of the George Russell Orchestra. He has also worked with. The Early Quintet by MANFRED SCHOOF QUINTETT, released 31 October 1978 1. Axiom 2. Ingredience Nr. Inri 4. Second roof 5. On W. Turn 14. It's a vivacious recording and everyone is going full pelt to put their ideas out 's Schoof's quintet but the seeds of so many other great groups are inherent here. The Early Quintet is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by MANFRED SCHOOF released in 1978 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Turn 14 11:00. Bass Buschi Niebergall Drums Jaki Liebezeit Piano Alexander Von Schlippenbach Tenor Saxophone Gerd Dudek Trumpet Manfred Schoof. About this release. FMP FMP 0540 Germany. Old Ballad - Manfred Schoof Quintet. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. In 1967, Manfred Scheffner started a mailorder business for jazz LPs which he named jazz by post JAPO at Elektro-Egger, an electric appliances store Schoof. The Early Quintet. LP - FMPFree Music Production Germany 0540. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Due to the extremely high volume of messages received and the small size of our team, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that we will be able to respond or take action in every case. Album 1966 6 Songs. Manfred Schoof Quintet. Jazz 1966. a detailed Manfred Schoof timeline, with an inside look at his albums & more through the years. Albumокт 31, 1978. The Early Quintet released. Albumянв 1, 1969. Schoofs quintet was a highly regarded band on the European scene of the 1970s, and the Scales LP won the German Critics Prize as Album of the Year Grosser Deutscher Schallplattenpreis 1977. At the time, both Schoof. The blueprint for the quintet was to re-integrate lessons learned in free playing into melodically-intense small group jazz. Manfred Schoof: The 1970s, when these recordings were made, gave many musicians the opportunity to expand a scale of musical expression that originated from the free jazz of the 1960s. This led to a new kind of playing that did not hesitate to use and combine different means of expression a process exemplified by the present recordings